College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
As a behavioral science, and a distinct but integral part of natural science, psychology stands between physiology and the social sciences. Psychology, like Anthology, links the behavioral sciences with the biological sciences. The major areas of psychological study are concerned with individual human behavior conceptualized as a natural phenomenon, studied by scientific and experimental methods, and understood in terms of psychological theories and laws.
The general objectives of the program in Psychology are to increase students' understanding of themselves and others, to enhance the skills of those specializing in related areas fo study, and to prepare those pursuing psychology as a career for graduate student and professional work.
||Introduction to Experimental Psychology|
||Learning and Motivation|
||Sensation and Perception|
||History and Systems of Psychology|
||Introduction to Clinical Psychology|
||Learning and Motivation Laboratory|
||Research Methodology in the Behavioral Sciences|
||Psychology of Women|
||Micronesia and Mental Health|
||Psychological Research Seminar|